[rrd-users] RRD on Linux monitoring Windows Perfmon

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Wed May 28 23:02:14 MEST 2003

Hi all, I've been using RRD for a couple of years to graph the output of
SNMP and rstad for our routers and Unix/Linux servers. However, we are
getting some Windows servers, and I would love to be able to monitor them
as well. Windows has a "perfmon", and I was wondering if any of the linux
users has been able to successfully request metrics from the windows
perfmon daemon?

I've read how you can ftp the files off of the windows box, then create
the rrd files that way, but that is rather messy. I would like to query
things things off the fly with some command line tool (snmpwalk but for
windows perfmon . . . winwalk? :)

If anyone used a linux based client that can query windows-perfmon (or
even some other way to monitor windows performance metrics, as windows
SNMP is rather limited in its perf information), please let me know.
Thanks for your time all, your input is always appreciated.

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